MILAN, October 29 -- Mirial has just released a new whitepaper, An Interactive Visual Communication Architecture ProposalFor Telehealth, which explains in details the benefits of Telehealth and how to leverage visual communication technology for implementing interactive Telehealth services.
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"Published studies have shown a high acceptance by physicians and patients towards the use of visual communication technology for healthcare purposes: we wanted to highlight that designing, engineering and deploying a best-practice interactive Visual Communication architecture for Telehealth services is much easier and more affordable than it may seem" said Cristoforo Mione, VP Business Development at Mirial. "Telehealth appears to be a great response to the supply-demand mismatch in the health market and represents a challenging opportunity for Service Providers in the Visual Communication space."
The whitepaper can be downloaded for free from Mirial's website.
For further information, please visit http://www.mirial.com
Mirial (formerly DyLogic) engineers cutting-edge products for audio and video communication over convergent networks. The company portfolio includes a comprehensive set of solutions targeted to carriers, service providers and enterprises, enabling hosted 3G, IP and IMS audio/video services and professional SD and HD videoconferencing. Mirial products and solutions are available at the company's sales representatives and resellers worldwide. For further information: http://www.mirial.com
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